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CA-7 COMMANDS

TABLE OF COMMANDS

CANCEL (JOB / FORCE / REASON) 2


DEMANDH (JOB / SCHID / SET) 2
DISPLAY (PRINT / ST) 2
FJOB (FROM / TO / SYS / SPAN) 2
FRJOB (JOB / SCHID) 2
FSTRUC (JOB / SCHID / LIST) 2
JOB (JOBNAME) 2
LACT (JOB / SYS / LIST) 2
LACTR (SEQ / LIST) 2
LDSN (DSN / LIST) 2

LIST (JOB) 3
LISTDIR (DSN) 3
LJCL (JOB) 3
LJES 3
LJOB (JOB / LIST) 3
LPRINT (SCAL / YEAR) 3
LPROS (JOB) 3
LPRRN (JOB / LIST / DATE) 3
LQ (JOB / SEQ / ST / LIST / SYS) 3
LRDYP (LIST) 3
LREQR (SEQ) 3
LRLOG (SPAN / SYS / DATE / JOB / LIST) 3

LSCHD (JOB / LIST) 4


PF01 (LQ) 4
PF02 (XQJ) 4
PF03 (SAVE) 4
PF04 (FQJOB) 4
PF05 (FJOB) 4
PF06 (FSTRUC) 4
PF07 (UP) 4
PF08 (DOWN) 4
PF09 (DEMAND COMMAND) 4
PF10 (LRLOG) 4
PF11 (LPRRN) 4
PF12 (LOGOFF / CLOSE) 4
PF13 (LIST) 4
PF14 (LJOB) 4
PF15 (LQ) 4
PF16 (LREQ) 4
PF17 (LRDYR) 4
PF18 (LACTR) 4

PF19 (LACT) 5
PF20 (XUPD) 5
PF21 (LISTDIR) 5
PF22 (LPDS) 5
PF23 (LSCHD) 5
PF24 (LSCHD) 5
REQUEUE (JOB / Q) 5
RUN (JOB) 5
RUNH (JOB) 5
XQM (JOB / Q) 5

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CA-7 COMMANDS
CANCEL, JOB=jobname or CA-7 job number, FORCE=YES, REASON=description
Scheduler Use Only. Use this command to cancel a job in CA-7 skeleton (*SKL) mode when
the skeleton mode is an error. This command will not cause any job requirement posting or
triggering. If the jobname is not unique, then you must supply the CA-7 job number. Obtain
the job number by issuing the top-line CA-7 command - XQJ, JOB=jobname.

DEMANDH, JOB=jobname, SCHID=nnn


Use this command to request a job to run in CA-7. This command will place a HOLD on the
job, which must be posted. A reason for the hold will be required. The SCHID parameter
should be a value that does not exist for the given job if triggering is not to be done. If
triggering is needed, then the appropriate SCHID should be supplied. Requirement posting will
occur even if triggering does not. A parameter of SET=NTR may be used if no triggering is to
occur; this may be supplied in addition to the non-existent SCHID value.

/DISPLAY, PRINT=SCH
Use this command to obtain information about the values for schedule scan (SSCAN). The
PRINT=SCH parameter provides information about SSCAN such as the INCR, SPAN and
QDWELL intervals and the next run.

/DISPLAY, ST=JCL
Use this command to obtain information about the JCL libraries attached to CA-7. The ST=JCL
parameter provides information about the JCL libraries and their associated ID number.

/DISPLAY, ST=KEY
List of the 24 keys

FJOB, FROM=(mmddyy, hhmm), TO=(mmddyy, hhmm), SYS=system name


Use this command to obtain forecasted job execution information for jobs in a specified
system for a specified date and time period. Span=hh parameter provides information about
a specified future time span in hours.

FRJOB, JOB=jobname, SCHID=nnn


Display a job currently in the CA7 queue back to the top.

FSTRUC, JOB=jobname, LIST=ALL


Use this command to obtain job flow structure information for a job. The LIST=ALL
parameter provides the job trigger relationships and the elapsed time of each job.
SCHID=nnn is used to obtain job flow structure information for a job for a particular SCHID.

JOB, Jobname
Lists the JOB screen

LACT, JOB=jobname or SYS=system name


Use this command to obtain CA-7 information on jobs in the active queue. The JOB=jobname
parameter can be a specific job or can be a generic mask such as JOB=GSAJ*. The
SYS=system name parameter can be either ‘*’ indicating all systems or the value must be a
specific system name. LIST=ALL parameter provides information about all data related to job
in queue.

LACTR, SEQ=JOB
List all jobs in the active queue and any resources needed to run. LIST=Q parameter provides
information about job data only. LIST=RQMT parameter provides information about
requirement data only.

LDSN, DSN=dataset name or dataset number, LIST=ALL


Use this command to obtain information about a dataset. The DSN parameter can be used
with the dataset name or dataset number if known. The LIST=ALL parameter provides
information about the dataset, the using jobs and any documentation entries. LIST=USERS
parameter provides information about all users of the dataset.

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CA-7 COMMANDS
LIST
Use this command to obtain a list of jobs in CA-7 that have not successfully completed. Can be
qualified with JOB=jobname.

LISTDIR, DSN=*SCAL*
Use this command to obtain the complete list of all calendars known to CA-7.

LJCL, JOB=jobname
Use this command to review the JCL contained in the associated JCL library.

LJES
Also displays jobs actually running, last completed good step, started time, cpu & schid.

LJOB, JOB=jobname, LIST=ALL or LIST=TRIG


Use this command to obtain miscellaneous information about a job. The LIST=ALL
parameter provides information about the job requirements, triggers and characteristics or
attributes. LIST=TRIG parameter provides information about the job triggers. LIST=DEPJ
parameter provides information about the jobs dependent on this job’s EOJ. LIST=RQMT
parameter provides information about the requirements of the Job (predecessors).
LIST=SCHD parameter provides information about the schedule algorithm. LIST=STEPDD
parameter provides information about job, step and DD statements.

LPRINT, SCAL=xx, YEAR=yy


Use this command to review the calendar settings. The SCAL value is the last two (2)
characters of the calendar name. The YEAR= is optional. The default is the year the command
is issued. The year parameter is the last two (2) positions of the year.

LPROS, JOB=jobname
Use this command to review the prose for a job.

LPRRN, JOB=jobname, LIST=ALL


Use this command to review the last run of a job. The information is obtained from the prior-
run queue. The LIST=ALL parameter is optional and provides all data relative to the queue.
DATE=*YYDDD parameter provides details about last successful execution. (Start and End
Times)

LQ, JOB=jobname, SEQ=sequence


Use this command to obtain CA-7 information on the jobs in the ready, request and active
queues. SEQ=DLTM for listing in CA-7 calculated deadline start time order. SEQ=DOTM for
listing in due out time order. ST=ABND parameter provides information about the jobs in the
request that are in ABEND status. ST=LATE parameter provides information about the jobs in
the request that are in late status. ST= RQMT parameter provides information about the
requirements for job in the queue. LIST=JCL parameter provides the JCL for current run.
SYS=XAM* parameter provides information about all jobs in queue for Medicom only.

LRDYP
Use this command to list jobs that are currently executing. LIST=STATUS parameter displays
job in the READY queue that require WLB resources to start.

LREQR, SEQ=JOB
Displays start times, average cpu times, average clock times & number of cart drives.

LRLOG, SPAN=hh, SYS=system name or LRLOG, DATE=*YYDDD, JOB=XXXXX*


Use this command to review the run log information for jobs in a specified system for the
specified span of time in hours. LIST=RSTR parameter provides information about the restart
for specific job.

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CA-7 COMMANDS
LSCHD, JOB=jobname, LIST=SIDnnn or LIST=BYSID or LIST=CALS
Use this command to obtain information about the schedule(s) for a job. The SCAL=SIDnnn
parameter provides the schedule information for a specific schedule identifier (SCHID). (The
‘nnn’ in the SIDnnn should be the SCHID.) The LIST=BYSID parameter provides scheduling
information for all SCHIDs. This is useful if a job has multiple SCHIDs. A month-by-month
calendar is displayed for both parameters. The LIST=CALS parameter provides scheduling
information for specific job.

PF01 - LQ, SEQ=JOB

PF02 - XQJ
This is the command that allows actual ‘action’ entries to be typed appropriately.

PF03 - SAVE

PF04 - FQJOB, SEQ=JOB, SPAN=HH, TYPE=ALL, SYS=XXX*


Will show all jobs on the schedule for tonight including jobs already in the queues for that
system.

PF05 - FJOB, SEQ=JOB, SPAN=HH, FROM=(MMDDYY, HHMM)


(Where HH=HOURS MM=MINUTES)
Will show all jobs on the schedule starting at a specific day and spanning the hours stated.

PF06 - FSTRUC, JOB=jobname, SCHID=nnn

PF07 - UP

PF08 - DOWN

PF09 - DEMAND COMMAND

PF10 - LRLOG, JDATE=*, JOB=jobname


Shows the last 45 days of execution of job/s. Also displays abends and cancels.

PF11 - LPRRN, DATE=*, JOB=jobname


Shows the last good execution of a job or jobs. Actual START and ACTUAL END time.

PF12 - LOGOFF / CLOSE

PF13 - LIST
Will show all jobs that are currently in ABEND status in the REQUEST QUEUE.

PF14 - LJOB, LIST=NODD, JOB=jobname


Will show all attributes of a given job, RQMTS, TRIGGERS, JDEPS, and SCHEDULES.
And Negative Dependencies.

PF15 - LQ, SEQ=JOB, JOB=

PF16 - LREQ, SEQ=JOB, ST=LATE, LIST=RMQT


Will show all jobs in the request queue posting late and their rqmts that are still outstanding.

PF17 - LRDYR, DEQ=JOB


List all jobs that are in the READY QUEUE (waiting for inits/drives/resources etc). Job card
flush (JCL errors are also displayed in this queue)

PF18 - LACTR, SEQ=JOB


List all jobs in the active queue and any resources needed to run.

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CA-7 COMMANDS
PF19 - LACT, LIST=Q
Another type of display for ACTIVE queue

PF20 - XUPD, JOB=#


Display ID’s do not have update access to this command.

PF21 - LISTDIR, DSN=COR.LF2.UCC7.OVRLIB


Lists the directory of the ‘ONE-TIME---JCL CHANGE---OVERRIDE LIBRARY’

PF22 - LPDS, DSN=COR.LF2.UCC7.OVRLIB, MEM=#


Command lets you display the actual JCL member on the override library that will execute the
different JCL for one-time execution.

PF23 - LSCHD, LIST=CALS, JOB=#


Display scheduling algorithm for specific job

PF24 - LSCHD, LIST=BYSID, JOB=#


Display scheduling algorithm for specific job by each individual SCHID.

REQUEUE, JOB=jobname, Q=ACT or Q=RDY


Use this command to move a member from the ready (RDY) or active (ACT) Queue to the
request (REQ) Queue. The Q=queue name parameter is optional. If the Q=queue name
parameter is not used, then the RDY and ACT Queues are both searched and the job is placed
in the REQ Queue. This command must be used whenever a job enters the REQ Queue in
skeleton mode (no JCL attached to job).

RUN, JOB= jobname


Execute job without verification of rqmts/update

RUNH, JOB=jobname
Use this command to execute a special run of a job so that requirements will not be posted,
and triggering will not occur. This command places a HOLD on the job, which must be posted.

XQM, JOB=jobname, Q=REQ or Q=RDY or Q=ACT


Use this command to review and/or perform actions on the request queue. The
JOB=jobname parameter may be a specific jobname or generic such as JOB=WDFNIN*. The
Q=queue name parameter is optional and the queue name may be REQ (request), RDY
(ready) or ACT (active). The list is displayed in jobname sequence. If no members are found
matching the jobname criteria, the QUEUE MAINTENANCE panel is displayed.

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